Tron

Mickey is getting new life in 3in. action figure form celebrating Tron, Pirates of the Caribbean, Frankenstein, and The Nightmare Before Christmas. As for me, I’m still holding out for a Condorman Mickey action figure. You can pre-order each figure for the low, low price of $12 each.

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Stacey Aoyama is an artist and designer for Disney. You can find more her work in this portfolio and on her official blog.

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Admit it, these are pretty cool.

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Check out this pretty cool 14in. TRON Polystone Statue which can be yours for the low, low price of $150.

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Artist Drew Wise has a fun collection of 8-bit inspired art.

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Eos Vector is a freelance artist from the United Kingdom. Check out more of his work here and in his deviantART gallery.

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Spanish artist Dani Blázquez has created some posters “inspired on FX iconic sci-fi movies of recent decades.”

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Discs of Tron

by Cap'n Carrot on May 17, 2012 · 0 comments

in Games

Greetings program! Go forth and fight for the Users.

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Here’s the first look at Disney’s new animated ten-part Tron inspired animated series which follows the adventures of a computer programmer named Beck (Elijah Wood) who becomes a leader of a revolution in The Grid. Mandy Moore, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Bruce Boxleitner, and Paul Reubens also lend their voices to the project. Set between the events of Tron and Tron: Legacy, Tron: Uprising will premiere on Disney XD in June.

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Tired of his dead-end job as a delivery boy, Fry (Billy West) sets out to find a new career… as a cop. Although I thought the previous episodes of this season were okay (if nothing special), here for the first time the show really delivers with an episode that spoofs everything from Police Academy to the original Tron. The only real disappointment to this episode is that it ends far too soon. Honestly, I wouldn’t mind seeing more of Philip J. Fry: Space Cop.

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